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Mafia: Definitive Edition has “new tech, new voice acting, new game mechanics, and more”

Earlier this week, 2K and Hangar 13 introduced Mafia: Trilogy, a group of Definitive Editions of the crime video games sequence’ three titles. While the Mafia 2 and three reworks are already out there on Steam, the Mafia: Definitive Edition launch date continues to be a bit means off – however now we all know a bit extra about what’s in retailer.

In its most up-to-date earnings name (through Fool’s transcript), 2K mum or dad firm Take-Two Interactive has expanded on information that the sport will likely be a “built-from-the-ground-up” Mafia remake. “Mafia I goes to be principally fully remade,” Take-Two President Karl Slatoff says, ” I imply absolutely remade, however there’s going to be new tech, there’s going to be new voice performing, new recreation mechanics and much more than that.”

He explains that the corporate has seen “nice success bringing out these collections” and that, whereas “they’re not model new experiences, there may be at all times a brand new viewers to catch. And then there may be at all times a brand new expertise relying on the technology that every of these particular person titles got here out the place even current followers can take pleasure in otherwise.”

Here’s a trailer of the Mafia: Definitive Edition remake in the event you’re eager to get a (temporary) take a look at what’s in retailer:

Mafia: Definitive Edition has “new tech, new voice acting, new game mechanics, and more”

Mafia: Definitive Edition arrives later this yr, on August 28. If you’re eager to see what else is on the horizon for this yr, check out our listing of upcoming PC video games. We even have some lists of the very best open-world video games and action-adventure video games already out there on our dwelling platform in the event you’re eager to dip into one thing else when you wait.

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